DRIVERS OF CHANGE IN HOSPITALITY

| July 10, 2019

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The number of international travelers is expected to almost double by 2036, and as this number grows, so too do the demands on the hospitality industry. This is a period of unprecedented change, where advances in cloud and analytical technology meet guests who both create and share more data, and place higher demands on their hospitality experience. The outcome? A new challenge is born. The industry must accommodate growth, but crucially it must also leverage a unique opportunity to futureproof operations. Integrated technology across the hospitality ecosystem will underpin the solutions and innovative applications of tomorrow

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